Logo for Holly Hagg a not-for-profit community farm in Sheffield. Alpaca trekking, organic food growing, community access to greenspace, wildlife and sustainable education.
Join the team!
Drop in at a weekly session
Be a trek guide

Holly Hagg is run entirely by volunteers – we wouldn’t be here without the efforts of our wonderful community. We welcome new volunteers and there are roles to suit everyone.

 

We run weekly drop in sessions on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 2pm to 4:30pm. Please bring your own gloves and refreshements. Everyone is welcome with no long term committment.

 

Being a trek guide requires committment and training but is very popular and rewarding. We have some availabilty for taking on new trek guides – please get in touch if you are interested.

 

Volunteer as a group

We’re always delighted to have volunteering teams come along and get stuck in! We welcome University societies, office away-days and other community groups getting in touch to arrange a session provided this complies with government guidelines.

 

Gain work experience

We are only able to offer a limited number of placements for college courses and Duke of Edinburgh Award for the time being. We will review this as the Covid-19 situation improves. 

 

Sturdy footwear is a must!

Please wear sturdy shoes and bring your own gloves and refreshments. The site is steep in places with uneven ground, loose stones and some mud.